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Fruits of New York Apples [86 Images]

Fruits of New York Apples [86 Images]

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The Apples of New York is a book on apple varieties that was published in 1905 by the New York State Department of Agriculture and the New York State Agricultural Experiment Station. The book was written by Spencer Ambrose Beach, an American botanist and horticulturist who was a professor at Cornell University.

The book contains descriptions and illustrations of over 800 different varieties of apples that were grown in New York State at the time. Each apple variety is described in detail, including information on its history, appearance, flavor, and best uses.

The illustrations in the book are in color and were created by Nathaniel Ogden Booth, an American artist known for his botanical illustrations. The book also contains a preface by Bruce Rogers, a well-known book designer of the time.

The Apples of New York is considered an important reference work on apple varieties and is still consulted by apple growers and enthusiasts today. It is also noted for its beautiful illustrations and elegant design, which was typical of the books produced during the Arts and Crafts movement of the early 20th century.

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